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About Manmohan Dhar

Swami Ashokanandaji Maharaj
Divine Message

Compiled from his letters
Manmohan Dhar

Kashmir’s geography and place in the cultural mosaic of India, the relevance of the Indian values in the survival of the human race, the emergence of religious fanaticism, in pushing the world civilisations to rid the world, by their joint will, of the conflict slammed on humanity in the name of God, the clarion call of swami Vivekananda on the 27th September, 1893 at the parliament of religions held in Chicago USA, all these, lead us to see a Divine Hand in the shape of things to come.

Excerpts from some of Swami Ashokananda ji’s letters written to Manmohan Dhar between 1955 to 1966, are presented for the benefit of humanity to establish a sense of direction, a sense of divine purpose of creation itself, torn as it is, between the ephemeral and sensuous pursuits of present day living...

...the construction of his sentences and the steadiness of his hand writing, even in a twelve page letter; hits one as an overwhelming evidence of a super-mind: steady, clear and having his vision, in a time-frame that is ‘timeless’

The dream of Swami Vivekananda, who was an integral part of the combined personalities of Shri Ramakrishna and Ma Sharda, that vibrated through every nerve and heart beat of our Swami Ashokananda ji Maharaj and in whose name he established the Ashram-

SHRI RAMAKRISHNA MAHASAMELAN ASHRAM in Nagadandi Kashmir, which grew mysteriously enough, where the prophetic words and the following dream of Swami Vivekananda blossomed into reality.

"We want to lead mankind to the place where there is neither the Vedas, nor the Bible, nor the Koran, yet this has to be done by harmonising the Vedas, the Bible and the Koran."

"Mankind ought to be taught that religions are but the varied expressions of THE RELIGION, which is Oneness, so that each may choose the path that suits him best".